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IMPORTANT UPDATE - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges it has created, the WV Higher Education Policy Commission has approved temporary modifications to qualify for and renew WV financial aid programs. Click here for more information. Or watch this recorded training outlining the modifications.

Be sure to search all available sources of financial aid information - local, state, and national - when you're building your financial plan. Learn more about scholarships.

And don't forget, completing the FAFSA should always be your first step in applying for financial aid.

Be sure to check out the scholarships and grants that colleges and universities offer in order to attract students to their schools and help students pay for college.

Loan Repayment Programs

Mental Health Loan Repayment Program
A service obligation loan repayment program for mental health professionals who are residents of West Virginia and practice in an underserved area of West Virginia. Watch this video for more information on the program.

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step in applying for financial aid for college. Anyone who is planning to pursue education and training beyond high school should complete the FAFSA.
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